Army Chief General Hlenning, who holds the power of Myanmar, told the action, know the correct and necessary information.

Army Chief General Hlenning, who holds the power of Myanmar, described the action as correct and necessary
Army Chief General Hlenning, who held the power of Myanmar, told the action that after the coup of the army was correct and necessary, it was less trusted
The commander-in-chief, Senior General Hlenning, who holds the power of Myanmar, has called the army’s action necessary and right. However, in the opinion of experts, this step of the army is not right from anywhere.

The commander-in-chief of defense service Senior General Min Ong Hleinning, who overthrew the democratic government in Myanmar, has called for this action to be necessary after assuming power. He has said that it was necessary to impose emergency in the country because there was a massive rigging in the November 8 election. But many people believe that if the army declares to hold a re-election, it will lose to Aung Sang Suu Kyi’s party National League for Democracy.

Let us tell you that with the formation of the new State Administrative Council on Wednesday, Hlenning took over the power of the country. A statement issued by his office said that this council has been formed as per Article 419 of the 2008 Constitution sponsored by the Army. Under this, the Commander in Chief of Defense Service has supreme power in its hands. The council consists of 11 members, including Hlenning, all of whom are senior officers of the army. Let me tell you that only the State Administrative Council has the right to take all kinds of decisions.

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Experts from the Myanmar Times have written that Tatumdev (the official name of the Myanmar army) has played a big gamble with the power in his hands. They say that in the year 2011, former Army General and President U Thin Sen worked to initiate political and economic reforms in the country. Even after this, in the year 2015 elections, they had to face a heavy defeat at the hands of Aung Sang Suu Kyi’s party NLD. Despite this, he transferred power in a very peaceful manner and for the first time a civilian government was formed in the country. But after what the world saw on February 1, the army lost the trust it had gained.

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According to experts, the government of the country had to face many difficulties from 2016-2020. This time was about to open everyone’s eyes. During this time he learned that running a government is more difficult than agitation. During this time, the people of Myanmar also felt that international support is not easily achieved but it requires national and international interest.

Experts from the International Crisis Group of Brussels believe that democracy has suffered a major setback after the military coup. Experts have warned that if this is not rectified, it will not only be wrong for democracy but because of this the country can also go towards forced violence.

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